I hold not dear immortal dreams.

Hopes ground in promises of youth.

That love lingers, when mortal flesh and soul are parted.

Hollow sentiment.

My heart has died, and so shall I.


4 thoughts on “Surrender

  1. This is written very well and is true in many way, especially during times of war.

    I’m glad you’re putting these up at your new home. Things seem rather quiet in the blogging world. Have you noticed?

    Anyway, I hope all is well with you. Does your daughter leave for school soon? It is really hard, but take my word for it, you do adjust. I cried for days after my eldest left. It felt like a hole in my heart, but hearts heal and I did too. If you ever want to talk about it, let me know:~)

    • Thank you dear Sara. I don’t deserve you. And yes, it does seem quiet lately, though I’ve been abysmal in my reading and commenting. Amy leaves a week from today. I know there will not be enough buckets to catch all of my tears…but I will get through that part and then start building the next chapter of my life. I remember you mentioned once that you were closer to your girls after they left…and you know I can see that happening with Amy. And that is something to be celebrated. 🙂 And I just emailed you, sweet friend 🙂

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